CSW 2024 Programme

Join us from 16 – 20 September 2024 for our Creative Skills Week 2024!

Main Programme (18 – 19 Sept)

Actively participate in the 2-day curated Main Programme in Amsterdam, featuring panel sessions, workshops, discussions, inspirational speakers, experimental learning activities, and micro-credential testing labs. Meet with members of the Creative Pact for Skills, powered by SACCORD. Workshop the transversal skills clusters developed by the partners of the sector’s Blueprint Project, CYANOTYPES.  

Satellite Programme (16, 17 & 20 Sept)

Complementing our MAIN PROGRAMME, our SATELLITE PROGRAMME on 16, 17, and 20 September in Amsterdam (and Rotterdam on 16 Sept) features a series of events presented by sector/partner organisations. Explore the city as you attend workshops on creative skills for innovation, societal transformation, learning methodologies and much more. 

An online programme and more satellite events will be announced soon, stay tuned.


Ninety percent of the recent arts graduates abandon their career in the arts due to a lack of professional knowledge, skills, and connections. The Artist and the Others (TAATO), in collaboration with Dona Daria, aims to empower emerging artists through educational projects and workshops. Featuring Eric Schrijver, Jessica Capra, and Ronja Terwidt, who will provide practical guidance on copyright and sustainable career practices in the arts. The workshops, supported by Pictoright, will cover essential topics such as copyright acquisition, authorship, and integrating others’ work, promoting the values of intellectual property and professional growth.

Small fee €5,-

Venue: Gerard Scholtenstraat 129, Rotterdam

ORGANISER: The Artist and the Others / Dona Daria, NL

Copy this Book is an artist’s guide to copyright, written for makers. Both practical and critical, the workshops created will guide you through the concepts underlying copyright and how they apply in your practice. How do you get copyright? For what work? And for how long? How does copyright move across mediums, and how can you go about integrating the work of others? Because they get copyright too! The workshop details the concepts of authorship and original creation that underlie our legal system. This way, it will equip you with the conceptual keys to participate in the debate on intellectual property today. Participants are encouraged to bring case studies.

Venue: Gerard Scholtenstraat Rotterdam

ORGANISER: Artist and the Others / Eric Schrijver

This workshop is part of RE-PEAT’s Peatland Justice campaign, focusing on creative advocacy against peat extraction for horticulture. It includes four workshops across Europe, creating deep maps that detail peat product supply chains and histories. The Amsterdam workshop, part of Creative Skills Week, explores embedding time into maps, using cyanotypes to reflect changes in peatlands and human relationships over time. Participants will engage in both the conceptual and practical sides of capturing time in a (counter)map and involve them in the broader map creation process and campaign.

Venue: Framer Framed, Amsterdam


This workshop explores how cultural and creative industries (CCSI) can contribute to innovation ecosystems addressing societal challenges. It emphasises the importance of access to skills and innovation infrastructures, often provided by public organisations like universities and libraries. Participants will use design methods to co-create scenarios for sustainable innovation infrastructures, discussing partner roles, activity portfolios, impact measurement, and financing models. Insights will inform policy recommendations for EU and national policymakers, with the event co-organised by two internationally operating initiatives, ekip and Waag Futurelab. 

Venue: de Waag Futurelab, Nieuwmarkt 4, Amsterdam  

ORGANISER: Netherlands Institute for Sound & Vision, NL, ekip, NL, Waag Futurelab, NL

In 2021, Cultuurloket designed a four-week training for unemployed artists, commissioned by the Flemish employment service (VDAB), to improve their marketability and employability. Since then, BISART has helped 165 artists explore entrepreneurial perspectives on their artistic ambitions. During Creative Skills Week in Amsterdam, Cultuurloket will present a keynote on BISART and a workshop on the Cultural Value Scan, a tool for artists to analyse and innovate their income models. This programme invites intermediary organisations, trainers, and other interested parties.

Venue: A-Lab, Amsterdam, Kaleidoscope  

ORGANISER: Cultuurloket, BE

The New European Bauhaus (NEB) initiative aims to drive the green transition of European societies and economies, calling on the Culture and Creative Industries (CCI) ecosystem to build a sustainable and inclusive future. This event invites co-ideation and discussion on the skills needed for NEB implementation, focusing on knowledge, agency, and care, including an introduction to NEB. The event promotes a holistic understanding of NEB and supports the Creative Pact for Skills Manifesto.

Venue: Transitielab, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Amsterdam 

ORGANISER: Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, FI, and Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, NL 

This workshop focuses on digital storytelling techniques for creative entrepreneurs, featuring interactive sessions and practical demonstrations to craft compelling narratives with digital tools. It includes a policy analysis revealing key skills gaps in digital literacy, entrepreneurship, and innovation, crucial for long-term competitiveness in the creative sector. Studio VRij will offer hands-on experience in creating immersive VR environments, showcasing VR’s potential to enhance audience engagement and brand identity. Attendees will explore VR as a powerful tool for innovative storytelling through dynamic discussions and demonstrations.

The event operates on a pay-what-you-can basis, with suggested prices of 5, 10, or 15 euros. However, to facilitate interactions, only a maximum of 30 participants can join the workshop.

Venue: Singel 60 1015 AB Amsterdam

ORGANISER: b.creative (KEA European Affairs) and Studio VRij, BE 

In this event, the founder and director of FUTURES (www.futures-photography.com), Menno Liauw, will explain the current education programme and then engage in a discussion with the audience about the possibilities of expanding this programme in the next Creative Europe funding period.

You are invited to join at the FUTURES Hub in Amsterdam, headquarters from where they coordinate all their European activities. All interested parties are welcome to attend. In particular, professionals with relevant expertise and organisations interested in collaborating in the development of the education programme are invited to attend the event.

Drinks and simple snacks will be served during the event.

Venue: FUTURES Hub, Isaac Titsinghkade 6, Amsterdam  


Venue: Conservatorium of Amsterdam 

Musical notes open the official start of Creative Skills Week, followed by the hosts and partners welcoming the audience and setting the stage for the two-day conversations.

With speakers:

Venue: Conservatorium of Amsterdam Bernard Haitinkzaal

Venue: Conservatorium of Amsterdam 

This session delves into the pivotal challenges and opportunities faced by the Cultural and Creative Industry Ecosystem (CCSI) in Europe and at a local level. As we navigate the dynamic landscape of skills and workforce development, we confront pressing questions that will be discussed by the panel and audience in an interactive setup.

The panel members will be announced at a later date.

Venue: Conservatorium of Amsterdam Bernard Haitinkzaal

Venue: Various Venues

First round of parallel strands with a hands-on approach in different locations in the city

CYANOTYPES partners invite participants to join the strategic skills development journey for the Cultural and Creative Sector and Industry Ecosystem. Following the introduction of the CYANOTYPES Creative Agency Framework and Training Curriculum, each session will dive deep into a workshop based on one of the 5 competencies and skills clusters.

  • 5 parallel sessions

    1. Collective Agency Cluster

    The Collective Agency Cluster focuses on the capacity for shared action and cooperation beyond traditional boundaries, including the integration of non-human elements such as technology, animals, and ecosystems. This dimension encourages a holistic view of agency that incorporates diverse forms of interaction and impact on creative processes.

    2. Public Agency Cluster

    Public Agency emphasises the role of public actors and spaces in fostering regional transformation and innovation. It highlights the significance of public life and sector innovation, stressing the importance of anticipatory practices in public sector innovation for addressing rapid societal changes and crises.

    3. Value Creating Cluster

    Value-Creating Agency addresses the dynamics of value creation within the arts and creative sector, challenging traditional notions of value and exploring new models for organising value creation, such as the doughnut economy concept. This approach seeks to reconcile conflicts between artistic integrity and market dynamics by broadening the understanding of value.

    4. Data Driven Cluster

    Data-Driven Agency underscores the importance of data competencies and the design of data spaces for communication, organisation, and value creation. This dimension champions the framing of data and technology to empower creative individuals and organizations to envision and implement socio-technological systems effectively.

    5. Green & Regenerative Cluster

    Regenerative Agency Cluster advocates for a shift from sustainability to regenerativity, emphasising the need for actions that repair damage and foster renewal. This dimension encourages creative actors to explore and implement practices that contribute to ecological, social, economic, and cultural sustainability, promoting a comprehensive view of regeneration as essential for future creative work.

Venue: Various Venues (Conservatorium of Amsterdam & Marineterrein)

Venue: Various Venues (Conservatorium of Amsterdam & Marineterrein)

Second round of parallel strands with a hands-on approach in different locations in the city

  • 5 parallel sessions

    1. SACCORD & EU Creative Pact for Skills

    SACCORD and the EU Creative Pact for Skills facilitate collaboration and joining up of partners at European and regional level. The Creative Pact for Skills launched a Manifesto and is behind the organisation of Creative Skills Week. All the organisations that support the Manifesto recognise the importance of thriving talents and skilled workers in the European Cultural and Creative Industries ecosystem and all its sectors. During this session, partners will share how and why to get involved in Local and European partnerships.

    Speakers: Gerin Trautenberger, CreativeFED & Isabelle Vérilhac, BEDA

    2. Fill the Skills Gap

    This is a hands-on workshop session which applies gamification elements to identify and discuss the missing competences and skills.

    Speakers: Geert Genbrugge, Mediarte & Willem-Jan Renger, HKU – University of the Arts Utrecht.

    3. How to make skills visible?

    We acquire skills and competences throughout our education and work experiences. How do we recognize we possess these competences?

    Speakers: Charlotte Gimfalk – YNFT – Screen Skills Committee Sweden.

    4. How to curate an Artistic Investment Strategy?

    In this session we will map, sketch and prototype artistic investment strategies. What financial instruments are most useful beyond the grant-making model? What are the challenges and opportunities of cultural impact investing? What creative skills and competencies are needed by both artistic entrepreneurs and investors? What advice would you give to potential investors looking to enter the creative sector from an impact perspective?

    We will share our experience of investing in cultural entrepreneurs with a bold and artistic vision for the future, a solid business model and transformative impact. We will also share insights from our feasibility study for a new cultural impact investment fund.

    This session is a contribution from the PACESETTERS project in collaboration with Martijn Blom from Impact Europe, Arthur Steiner from New Silk Roads and DOEN Participatie.

    5. Mapping & Analysing the CCSI

    Mapping, interpreting, and analysing the cultural and creative ecosystem involves reflecting the diversity in terms of sectors and sub-sectors, links to the value chain, the typology of agents engaged in this area, and the characteristics of the impacts and fundamental returns.

Venue: Various Venues (Conservatorium of Amsterdam & Marineterrein)

We begin the second day together in a vibrant new venue. During this dynamic plenary session, we will delve deeper into some of the central questions facing the Cultural and Creative Industries Ecosystems. We will anticipate future developments in the sector, share strategies on supporting and further developing the necessary skills and competencies, and explore everything from occupational profiles to new advancements in the use, application, and challenges of micro-credentials, as well as the potential impact of AI.

Venue: Pakhuis de Zwijger

Venue: Pakhuis de Zwijger

This session will showcase project presentations and serve as a matchmaking exercise, allowing the community to promote their activities and connect with similar initiatives.

Venue: Pakhuis de Zwijger

Venue: Pakhuis de Zwijger

First round of parallel strands with a hands-on approach in different locations in the city

  • 5 parallel sessions

    1. Green Skills / Transition

    In this session, we will discuss experiences and initiatives related to the green shift and environmental transition. We will showcase examples of how the CCSI contributes to environmental goals and explore the skills and competencies necessary to drive the green transformation. 

    2. Digital Skills / Transition

    In this session, we will discuss experiences and initiatives related to the digital transition. What are the skills and competencies necessary to drive this technological advancement? How is AI changing the CCSI?

    3. Social Skills / Transition

    In this session, we will share experiences and initiatives focused on diversity, equality, and inclusion in our sector. We will provide examples of how the CCSI impacts society and discuss the skills and competencies required to support societal transitions.

    4. Skills for Cross-Sectorial Innovation

    This session will explore how skills from cultural and creative industries drive development across sectors. Participants will discover practical models and tools for cross-innovation, offering new, innovative, and multidisciplinary approaches to teaching and learning.

    5. Bridging the Gap: Cultural Entrepreneurship Skills

    Raise awareness, decode and embrace entrepreneurship while developing a narrative around cultural entrepreneurship. Discuss issues faced by recent graduates from CCSI, demands from the business sector, and fundamental skills creatives should acquire. This session delves into how formal and vocational education can enhance value creation and knowledge acquisition, yet also addresses the additional skills needed.


Venue: Various Venues (Pakhuis de Zwijger & Marineterrein)

Venue: Pakhuis de Zwijger

Second round of parallel strands with a hands-on approach in different locations in the city

  • 5 parallel sessions

    1. Region & Local Skills Partnerships

    SACCORD and the EU Creative Pact for Skills facilitate collaboration and joining up of partners at European and regional level. By collecting skills intelligence and data to support the European Skills Agenda, SACCORD and the EU Creative Pact for Skills During this session, different local communities share their know-how, failures, successes and experiences.  

    2. Micro-Credentials

    Following the inputs in the plenary session, project partners dive deep into the world of Micro-Credentials, how are these used already, what’s the future potential, what are the advantages and limitations.

    3. The impact of the CCSI in other sectors: Healthcare and Well-Being

    In collaboration with the Health Humanities Laboratory (HHLab) of the Italian National Institute of Health (Istituto Superiore di Sanità), this session will explore the potential of the CCSI in other sectors. Specifically, we will examine the role of arts and culture in enhancing health and wellbeing. 

    4. Shaping Tomorrow’s Cultural Heritage

    Participants will delve into the essential skills and competencies required across Europe’s cultural heritage sector. Strategies for effectively demonstrating the value of cultural heritage and fostering resilience and adaptability within the sector will be explored. Additionally, the session will address current and future requirements to bridge skills gaps between educational and occupational fields. Furthermore, the untapped potential of cultural heritage, particularly in rural and post-industrial areas, will be examined. 

    5. Radical Creatives

    Movie screening: What is creativity? How are uncertain and seemingly impossible projects carried forward? The Radical Creatives documentary film explores these questions by showcasing individuals and teams who are challenging the status quo. The 58-minute documentary delves into how multidisciplinary creativity can be nurtured, taught, learned, and harnessed by both individuals and organisations.

Venue: Various Venues (Pakhuis de Zwijger & Marineterrein)


Register for the Creative Skills Week 2024 Programme!

This year, Creative Skills Week 2024 offers a Main Programme and Satellite Programme. Browse our diverse lineup of sessions and select the ones you want to attend. Here is how it works:

Main Programme (18 – 19 Sept): To attend, you can register through our ticketing page on Eventix and purchase a ticket with a fee of €21.38 (including transaction costs). This symbolic fee is to avoid ‘no-shows’ and consequent waste of resources. The funds collected will be used to support local artistic activities and the allocation of funds will be reported after the event.

Satellite Programme (16, 17 & 20 Sept): To attend any Satellite events, you can register for free (unless stated otherwise) through our Eventix ticketing page. Each Satellite Event requires its own ticket. Please note that registering for a ticket to Satellite event(s) does not guarantee or work as a ticket for the Main Programme. You can register separately for a ticket to the Main Programme.

The programme will be updated, so please visit the website regularly and register for the events of your choice to save your spot.

Registrations for our online programme will be launched soon.


Creative Skills Week 2024 gathers third-level educators, university leaders, vocational education and training (VET) providers, industry partners, SME’s and policymakers dedicated to the future of the Cultural and Creative Sector Industries (CCSI).


Working in the cultural and creative ecosystem, we often lack the time to come together and think about the future of our sector, particularly how we can strengthen the organisations and businesses within it.   

Join us for Creative Skills Week 2024, a unique opportunity to shape and steer the discussion around skills for our somewhat fragmented sector. To achieve this, we need all stakeholders to be involved and help us address skills gaps, identify opportunities for upskilling, and start shaping strategic skills for future creatives.  

Explore common ground for the cultural and creative ecosystem throughout Europe. Develop local and European solutions which address urgent challenges within the CCSI. Together, let’s learn from each other how local communities can strengthen their work and enhance collaboration within their local ecosystems. Contribute to expanding creative skills training beyond systems and sectors to secure sustainable futures in the CCSI!   

Powered by SACCORD, in association with CYANOTYPES, and hosted by Conservatorium of Amsterdam and the Amsterdam University of the Arts (AHK).

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Co-funded by

European Union

Creative Skills Week 2024 is an initiative of the EU Pact for Skills for the Cultural and Creative Industries Ecosystem, powered by SACCORD (Forward-Looking Project Scheme co-funded by the European Commission Erasmus+ Programme) in association with CYANOTYPES (Alliances for Sectoral Cooperation on Skills co-funded by the European Commission Erasmus+ Programme).

We gratefully acknowledge the support of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union, which has funded these projects.

This support has been pivotal in making Creative Skills Week possible.

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The SACCORD combines SKILLS and ACCORDANCE by collecting skills intelligence and data to support the European Skills Agenda and facilitates collaboration and joining up of partners at European and regional level who have not previously worked together in supporting the Large-Scale Skills Partnership (LSP) on Cultural and Creative Industries (CCIs). The SACCORD consortium aims to support, transfer and foster innovation and localisation of the Skills Partnership.

SACCORD (p.n. 101132841) is co-funded by Erasmus + Forward-Looking Project Scheme.  


CYANOTYPES is a pan-European project bringing together a wide variety of organisations, stakeholders, and European networks to address the needs and skills gaps in the Cultural & Creative Industries. Based on innovative multidisciplinary approaches, CYANOTYPES tackles the sector’s potential for innovation and competitiveness, which deals as well with challenges presented by the triple transition (social, digital and green).

CYANOTYPES (p.n. 101056314) is part of Alliances for Sectoral Cooperation on Skills, co-funded by the European Commission Erasmus+ Programme.  


Practical Information


There are many possibilities, and you can either decide to book a hotel or a B&B in the city centre, or outer areas.
September is a busy period in Amsterdam, so make sure you book your accommodation well in time.

In this link you can find some suggestions for hotels in Amsterdam that are near the main venue. Below you can find some of the hotels that have a special rate, please use the booking code if you wish to book at these hotels.

North Riverside

€177 including breakfast

book directly with this booking link

20 min with metro or 27 min walk

€190 – €220 (excluding breakfast)

15% discount on flexible rate between 16-21 September with this booking code on the website: VH-CSW24 (excluding breakfast).

Please note that the Cabin rooms share bathroom and toilet with other cabins.

19 min with metro or 43 min walk

€140 – €180 (excluding breakfast)

10% discount, book directly with this link or use code QFH-CSK2024 when booking.

26 min with public transport or 44 min walk

Travel to Amsterdam

Amsterdam is very easy to reach by plane, train, bus, car or even boat. We encourage everyone to use the rail if possible, so we can keep our carbon footprint to a minimum.

Amsterdam is easily and directly accessible by train from all over Europe. Eurostar (formerly Thalys), ICE International and European Sleeper trains run directly to the heart of the city from London, Paris, Brussels, Cologne, Antwerp, Prague and Dresden.   

You will likely terminate at Amsterdam’s main station: Amsterdam Centraal Station. From there, it is simple to complete your journey by public transport.

If you are travelling from another station in the Netherlands (for example Utrecht or Rotterdam), it is possible that you choose another train station in Amsterdam closer to your destination.


Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, the primary international airport in the Netherlands, is located about 20 kilometres from Amsterdam. You can reach Amsterdam from Schiphol by train, taxi or hotel shuttle in just half an hour.

Getting from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol into Amsterdam:

By rail
The train station in Schiphol is located directly underneath the airport. Schiphol Airport Station is located directly beneath the airport. In the arrival hall, you can buy a ticket at the yellow and blue ticket machines.

You then follow the ‘Trains’ signs to Schiphol Plaza and then take the stairs, moving walkway or lift down to the platforms. Always check in and out by swiping your card on the yellow card readers. These are located at the top of the escalators and lifts in Schiphol Plaza.

From Schiphol, InterCitys and slower trains from the Nederlandse Spoorwegen (Dutch Railways – NS) can take you to Amsterdam Central Station (city centre), Amsterdam Zuid (World Trade Center) and Amsterdam RAI (conference centre).

Amsterdam is one of the most bicycle-friendly cities in the world. The fastest and easiest way to get around in the city is by cycling.

Bicycles can be rented in all parts of the city. Especially around Central Station and Leidseplein you may find rental companies. Some hotels provide rental bikes as well. Bike rental is often possible from 3 hours per day, the average daily rental price is €10.For more information on bicycle parking and tips, please check this website: https://www.iamsterdam.com/en/travel-stay/getting-around/cycling-in-amsterdam

Public transport in Amsterdam is easy to use and very well connected. The extensive network is operated by GVB and connects the city’s neighbourhoods and the greater Amsterdam Area by tram, metro, bus and ferry. Ferries are free to use in Amsterdam. When downloading the GVB travel app, you can easily buy tickets within the app. Paper chip cards are available in many places (debit or credit card, PIN/contactless):

  • GVB Service & Tickets counters in the city
  • Many vending machines at bus and tram stops and all metro stations
  • From the conductor on the tram (only hour and day tickets)

Make sure you always check in and out with your card. More information on traveling with public transport with the GVB you can find here.

To use the train in Amsterdam you need to use the network of Nederlandse Spoorwegen (Dutch Railways – NS). You can buy tickets for the train at the train stations, at the yellow and blue NS ticket machines. Make sure you also check-in and out with your ticket.   

Great link for more information: https://www.iamsterdam.com/en/travel-stay/getting-around/public-transport

It is quite convenient to walk around the city, the distances are quite close. It is safe to walk around Amsterdam, make sure you pay attention to cyclists around.


Accessibility information

Main venues of the Creative Skills Week 2024 are accessible for guests with reduced mobility.

Should you have any specific accessibility needs (such as transport assistance, a support from a staff member, printed programme in large letters) or if you need help registering for the event (also registering assistant accompanying you), please get in touch via info@creativeskillsweek.eu.

EDI statement

The CSW Organisers with the host institutions are dedicated to hosting events that prioritise equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility. We have worked together to make this event a safer and more accessible space for all.  

Should you have any specific accessibility needs (such as transportation assistance, support from a staff member, or a large-print programme), or if you need help registering for the event and/or registering an assistant to accompany you, please contact the ELIA Team (CSW Organisers) so we can ensure this event is inclusive and accessible to you.

All our events have a support system in place. If you witness any harassment or discriminatory behaviour during the event, please contact a member of the team or call or send a message: {+31 650401938}. This phone line will be monitored for the duration of the event

If you prefer to make an anonymous report, please use the online form that will be made available shortly before the event.

We value any feedback you may have on how inclusive and accessible you find this event. You can submit your feedback in the event evaluation report that will be disseminated after the event. Your honesty is appreciated and will help us to understand how to improve the inclusivity and accessibility of our future events. All feedback will be collected anonymously.

Environmental sustainability

The CSW Organisers are aware that large international conferences can have a negative effect on the environment due to the number of participants, who will be travelling and the footprint of hosting the event itself (for instance, through consumption and waste). To reduce the environmental impact of Creative Skills Week 2024, the organising team, will make greener choices in the organisation of the conference and invite participants to join us in this effort! 


Several steps are being taken by CSW organisers, to lower the event’s impact on the environment and climate: 

  • ACCOMMODATION: All recommended hotels are easily accessible from the conference venue, either on foot or by a short ride with public transportation. The recommended hotels are taking ecological steps to improve their offer and make it more environmentally friendly.
  • TRAVEL: Participants are encouraged to travel by train to Amsterdam, if possible, or make other sustainable travel arrangements. If you must fly, consider a direct connection (if available), which has a lower carbon emission than a flight with a transfer. Walking, cycling, or public transportation should be used for travel within Amsterdam.
  • FOOD & DRINKS: Catering at the event has been selected following sustainability criteria and will feature local, seasonal, and/or vegetarian options. Participants are encouraged to bring their own re- usable water bottle.
  • MATERIALS: Printed materials and giveaways will be kept to a minimum. Please let us know in the registration process whether you need a printed programme (large print is available). Participants are encouraged to bring their own (tote) bag in which they can keep conference materials. Tote bags will not be handed out at the venue.
  • AWARENESS: To increase awareness about environmental sustainability, our sustainable actions will be communicated to our suppliers and partners. Before, during, and after the conference we will communicate and create dialogue with participants to help us co-create a more sustainable event.

We are aligning the CSW’s sustainability efforts to the SHIFT Eco-Guidelines for Networks.

For further information, please email: info@creativeskillsweek.eu

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Creative Skills Week 2024 is an initiative of the EU Pact for Skills for the Cultural and Creative Industries Ecosystem, powered by SACCORD (Forward-Looking Project Scheme co-funded by the European Commission Erasmus+ Programme) in association with CYANOTYPES (Alliances for Sectoral Cooperation on Skills co-funded by the European Commission Erasmus+ Programme).

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